BIT4 is a 4Bit microcontroller – fully programmable with only three buttons.

BIT4 is a 4Bit microcontroller – fully programmable with only three buttons.

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BIT4 is a 4Bit microcontroller – fully programmable with only three buttons.

The BIT4 microcontroller has 256 Bytes of programm memory, split in 16 pages with each 16 instructions. A instruction is 8bit wide and consists of an command and data:

To enter the programming mode, hold BTN2 down, press the RESET button once and then release BTN2. In programming mode, step through the instructions with BTN2. When going to a new instruction, the leds will show the current address for a fraktion of a second. With BTN1 the value of the command and data of the current instruction can be changed. When stepping to a new address with BTN2, the instuction of the address above gets saved in the EEPROM. At the end, press RESET to leave the programming mode and to start the programm execution.

all design files are available on github.com

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